One of the major benefits of owning an iPhone is the ability to check several email inboxes at once using the mail application. However, the iPhone only allows for supported video formats to be viewed in an email (i.e. QuickTime, M4R). Well, thanks to an interesting work around, I am now able to actually enjoy viewing videos that I receive in my email once again! The following is all about how to open emailed video attachments on iPhone.
To save video Attachment on iPhone, two ways are available. Both ways work equally well. However,method two is more time-consuming than method one which encodes video faster and convert videos to iPhone at one go.
Method One: adopt Mac iPhone Video Converter for help
iPhone Video Converter for Mac is professional yet easy-to-use software, offering optimized presets for iPhone, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S and more. So you can just select the output format according to the model of iPhone you have. I prefer this method over the other because it converts video files faster and supports batch conversion.
Step 1: Load emailed video attachment to the program
Drag & drop video attachment files to the iPhone Video Converter for Mac (OS X Mountain Lion included). Or you can click “Add Files”. The Mac iPhone Video Converter supports batch conversion, so you can add several files at one time.
Step 2: Select the output format
You can go to the “Output Format” drop-down list, choose iPhone as the output format. The default optimized settings make the output videos look great on iPhone screen.
Step 3: Start to save the emailed video attachment
Hit the “Start” button and let this smart Mac iPhone Video Converter do the rest for you!
Method Two: Video the emailed video attachment with iOS 6 on iPhone
In the previous versions of iOS though you could save pictures you were missing the “video” saving ability but in iOS 6 you are able to save any videos from a text or email message you received on your iPod, iPad or the iPhone. Now, just like with pictures, all you have to do to save a video is:
1. Open the email, messages, etc. that you received the movie in
2. Tap on the icon or preview and hold on it
3. When the Save Video button pops up, Tap it!
That’s it. The video will now be saved to your Camera Roll for you to use as you so wish.
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